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  • 15 Jun 2013

    Essential Oils for Labour

    Preparing a ‘tool kit’ for your labour and birth can be a good way to address hopes, fears and dreams before the event. Facing some of the things you are feeling concerned about – feeling out of control, for instance, or painful contractions – enables you to think about what might support you beforehand. […] more

  • 14 Jun 2013

    Aromatherapy for Pregnancy

    Pregnancy is a wonderful time to enjoy the many benefits of essential oils, as they can ease some of the common complaints and promote a sense of peace and wellbeing. Essential oils are the true ‘essence’ or power of a plant, derived from the fruits, bark, leaves, flowers and roots. […] more

  • 10 Jun 2013

    The Bounty Lady

    If you’ve ever given birth in a hospital, you may well be familiar with the Bounty lady. In the hours after you have given birth, she comes bearing a Bounty pack containing information leaflets, free samples and child benefit forms - she will often take a photograph of your baby. […] more

  • 2 Jun 2013

    Co-sleeping and SIDS

    For the past week or so, co-sleeping and SIDS has featured heavily across various global media formats. The recent release of a new study has reignited the hotly debated topic of co-sleeping with the reported discovery of a five-fold increase in the risk of SIDS for babies who bedshare. […] more

  • 24 May 2013


    Nappy rash is a very common condition affecting almost all children at some point and can be very distressing for both parent and child. Baby Bottom Oil is a unique, patented blend of essential oils that soothes the affected area, relieving your baby from all signs of redness and discomfort. […] more

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